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Mexico City Street Food Alley ????????

■ MEXICO CITY: Although my favorite Mexican food of all time is Tacos, the local street food scene have plenty of other dishes on offer. Wandering around downtown Mexico City with Simon Wilson and his new epic hat, we stumbled upon an alley full of street food stalls. It was thus time to experiment with some mystery dishes of unknown origin, taste and substance....

With my non existent Spanish, and dismal knowledge of local foods, the epic local residents of Mexico City (as usual I must say) took pity on me and decided to advice me on what dishes to try and how to eat them.

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I met up with 5 Mexican Guys ( and they just started their channel since I met them, so go check them out!) to go on an ultimate Mexican street food tour of Mexico City. It was one of the greatest food days I had in Mexico, and we tasted so many incredible dishes.

La Esquina del Chilaquil - For breakfast in La Condesa, there’s no better place to check out than La Esquina del Chilaquil, their tortas are delicious.
Price - 40 MXN ($2.14) each

Mercado de San Juan - I wanted to quickly check out this market, but it wasn’t all that busy when we went - there wasn’t too much going on. So we had a quick scorpion and then continued on to the ultimate street food market.
Scorpion - 160 MXN ($8.54) for 4

Mercado de La Merced - Mexico City is packed with street food, but if you want a food experience that’s busy, in your face, and always exciting and delicious, Mercado de la Merced is one of the greatest places to start. You’ll encounter massive amounts of street food that will blow your mind with how delicious they are. Here are the things we ate at the market:
Quesadilla - 57 MXN ($3.04) for 3
Fries tacos - 20 MXN ($1.07) each
Pancita - 40 MXN ($2.14) per bowl
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Mamey - 15 MXN ($0.80)
Mango - 15 MXN ($0.80)

Churrería El Moro - This wasn’t street food, but we needed a little afternoon break, and there’s no better spot in Mexico City for churros than Churrería El Moro.
Total price - 439 MXN ($23.44) for all

Esquites - 20 MXN ($1.07) - After walking around El Zocalo - the center of Mexico City, we then had a corn snack os esquites where they add corn, mayo, cheese, and chili salsas to a cup. It’s pretty tasty.

Loncheria La Rambla - Next we tried a Mexican style turkey sandwich - it was alright, but not the best food of the day.
Torta de pavo - 35 MXN ($1.87) each

Taquería Los Cocuyos - And finally to end this Mexico City street food tour with 5 Mexican Guys, we headed to Taquería Los Cocuyos, a legendary taco stall in the heart of the center of the city. The tacos are amazing, and it was the perfect was to end this day of incredible Mexican food.
Tacos de cabeza - 17 MXN ($0.91) each

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The Ultimate MEXICAN STREET FOOD TACOS Tour of Mexico City! (ft. La Ruta de la Garnacha)

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Welcome to the best tacos in the world - the ultimate guide to Mexican street food tacos in Mexico City!

I met up with Lalo from La Ruta de la Garnacha ( he’s from Mexico City, he makes videos about street food as well. And he took me to his favorite tacos in all of Mexico City. We each ate the most tacos in one single day that we’d ever eaten in our lives, and it was the greatest taco day of my life!

Here are all the places we ate in this video:

Tacos Joven - They are known for their tacos de canasta, which are basket tacos, famous in Mexico City. They are served from a basket, and they keep hot the entire day as they are served. The highlight here was the chicharrón taco with chicharrón salsa.
Price - 13 MXN ($0.70) per taco

Taqueria El Abanico - This is Lalo’s favorite restaurant in Mexico City for carnitas, the wildly popular braised pork taco. The entire rib in my taco was the highlight, so tender and flavorful.
Price - 20 MXN ($1.08) per taco

El Pescadito de Sonora - Originating from Hermosillo in Sonora, El Pescadito serves Mexican seafood tacos, especially shrimp or marlin tacos. Their tacototo is a taco that will change your life. This was as good as food gets for me.
Price - 35 MXN ($1.89) per taco

Tacos Charly - When it comes to Mexican street food, suadero is one of the greatest, a massive pan of slow braising beef in its juices. When you order your tacos, they slice up the meat, dip your tortilla in the fat, and you eat it with onions, cilantro, and salsa - pure meat heaven.
Price - 13 MXN ($0.70) per taco

Taqueria Los Güeros - Tacos de tripa, intestines, are very popular in Mexico City as well. They may not be the most pretty tacos, but they are immensely flavorful and have all sorts of different textures going on in your mouth.
Price - 13 MXN ($0.70) per taco

Tacos Los Juanes - This is a great Mexican street food restaurant in Mexico City that serves all sorts of different tacos. We came for the tacos de cabeza and tacos de lengua, both of which were fantastic
Price - 10 MXN ($0.54) per taco

El Vilsito - For Mexican street food in Mexico City, the ultimate taco, the most loved by everyone is no doubt, Al Pastor. Cooked in the vertical spit, a technique brought over from Lebanese immigrants, Al Pastor is usually made with marinated pork that’s juicy and flavorful it might make you weep tears of joy. Lalo and I ordered, not just your ordinary tacos de al pastor, but the King of all tacos, the Gringa!
Price - 50 MXN ($2.70) each

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Mexican Street Food in Tijuana ???????? INSANE TACOS TOUR IN MEXICO ????(Part 2)

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Ultimate Mexican street food tour of Tijuana, Mexico (Part 2). This was actually the same day as Part 1, but there were so many tacos, I had to split the video in two. We continued this epic Mexican street food tour with seafood tacos, the original Caesar’s salad, carne asada, and the fastest taco maker in the world! #Tijuana #MexicanFood #streetfood

Thanks to my friend Jeffrey Merrihue ( for arranging this tour. When you’re in Santa Monica, go eat at his restaurant, Heroic Italian ( where you’ll find the best sandwich. Also, thanks to Scott Koenig: for setting this tour up.

Mariscos el Mazateño - Shrimp Enchilado - This place was absolutely amazing - and I knew it was going to be good when we walked in in the middle of the afternoon and it was packed. We had a couple different tacos, including the marlin with octopus, but the winner was the shrimp enchilado, a huge taco stuffed with spiced shrimp and cheese.

Caesar's Hotel - Original Caesar’s salad - Although this doesn’t fit in the Mexican street food theme, there was no way we could visit Tijuana without trying the original Caesar’s salad - where Caesar Cardini invented it. It was awesome, to see the entire process made before you and it was everything it needed to be, no more and no less. Must eat when you’re in Tijuana, Mexico.

Tacos El Vaquero - Carne Asada - This small stall late at night in Tijuana is a winner - their Sonoran style carne asada is out of this world. They grill up steaks of your choice, slice them up, into tortillas, and you have a choice of salsa. Absolutely stunning.

Tacos Fitos - Tijuana, Mexico - Finally, this is the tacos tall in Tijuana that we missed in the morning the day before because they had already sold out. But we came back the next morning. Not only are their Tijuana red oil birria tacos the best I’ve ever had, but their taco master is by far the fastest taco maker I’ve ever seen. Unbelievable, you will have dreams about Tacos Fitos.

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Street Food in Oaxaca - CHEESE CORN CHAMPION and Mexican Meat Alley Tour in Mexico!

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One of the places I was most excited to visit in Mexico for food (Comida Oaxaqueña) is Oaxaca. Oaxaca has one of the most developed and advanced food cultures in all of Mexico. For our first day, we set out on a Mexican street food tour of Oaxaca, eating everything we could see.

Mercado de Abastos - We began the morning at one of the biggest local fresh food markets in Oaxaca. I samples a Tamal de Mole - 11 MXN ($0.59) and a hot Chocolate - 10 MXN ($0.53), both of which were delicious, and a great way to start this tour.

Soup - 30 MXN ($1.60) per bowl - The market was just opening, but there was a busy soup stall, so we stopped to have a bowl. The fish and shrimp soup were both delicious.

Memelas - 30 MXN ($1.60) total - One of the ultimate Mexican street foods to try in Oaxaca is memalas, a round of masa, cooked and topped with salsa and cheese, and your choice of other toppings. We got it with grilled meat on top. It was delicious, one of the best things I ate throughout the day.

Carnitas - 30 MXN ($1.60) total - This was just a quick impulse taco on the go because it looked so good… it was.

Zócalo Oaxaca, Plaza de Santo Domingo - The center of Oaxaca is a pleasant place to hang out, only today there happen to be a protest going on, so it was a bit busy.

Mercado 20 de Noviembre - Meat combo - 300 MXN ($16.02) - This is one of the great meat halls of the world. You walk in to the meat sauna, choose your meat, they grill it all in front of you, and you eat it with tortillas and salsa. An amazing food paradise.

Tlayudas El Negro - Tlayudas are another common Oaxacan street food, using giant tortillas filled with beans, cabbage, and cheese, and then grilled.
Price - 80 MXN ($4.27) for 1

Monte Albán - Resting our stomachs, we did a little sightseeing in Oaxaca. One of the famous attractions are the ruins of Monte Alban.

Elote - 20 MXN ($1.07) - You’ll find elotes, a corn on the cobb with cheese and salsas, all over Mexico. It’s one of the most common Mexican street foods… but this guy is at the main plaza of Oaxaca is on another level. His style is champion!

Mole negro - 60 MXN ($3.20) per plate - Finally to end this Mexican street food tour of Oaxaca, we needed to have a plate of mole negro, one of the national dishes of Oaxaca.

It was an amazing day of food. Oaxaca has such a rich culture of food and friendly people.

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We're going DEEP to try it all in this video, trying out spicy salsas in the local market and traveling to taste a lot of Mexican specialties! Just watching the cooking in the market will blow you away, there is so much to taste and try around every corner.

We visited the tlacolula Sunday street food market outside of Oaxaca to try some local, authentic Mexican foods and found a big street with tons of different vendors all lined up serving a huge variety of different foods to taste.

Here is a list of the foods we found at the market outside of Oaxaca, Mexico:

1) MESSY Carnitas tacos - served with a selection of 3 different spicy salsas and with two corn tortillas to keep all the JUICY pork meat inside! Super delicious!
2) BIG stuffed and folded over tortilla known as the tlayuda, a true Oaxacan food specialty! It was served with Oaxacan string cheese, salsa, guacamole, and spicy chorizo sausage
3) Delicious Mexican BBQ - Here we found the meat lane, serving up a ton of different different cuts of meat, from thinly sliced beef and pork to the amazing and spicy chorizo sausage, it was all super delicious!

4) Cow foot soup also known as caldo de pata, made with a rich tomato broth full of spices and served with nice jelly like cow feet, this was definitely a must try dish in Oaxaca!

5) Super plump pork sandwich bun. This was made from pork head meat and was super delicious when drizzled in the slightly spicy salsa verde! Very tasty and worth trying!

These are just some of the foods you can try in Oaxaca, Mexico. You could travel here and spend years trying new foods, it really is that delicious!

ABOUT THE FOOD RANGER

My name is Trevor James and I'm a hungry traveler and Mandarin learner that's currently living in Chengdu, Szechuan, China, eating up as much delicious street food as I can . I enjoy tasting and documenting as many dishes as I can and I'm going to make videos for YOU along the way! Over the next few years, I'm going to travel around the world and document as much food as I can for you! I love delicious food! This channel will show you real Chinese food and real local food, not that stuff they serve in the Buzzfeed challenge.

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HUGE Street Food TOUR in Mexico City! DEEP ADVENTURE into the BEST Street Food in Mexico!

Check out for 3 months free w/ 1 year pack and 49% OFF! We went for a full on Mexican street food tour in Mexico City and discovered the BEST street food! We found a crazy SCORPION salad, an INSANE street food challenge! There was also an amazing Mexican Sandwich, cut in half and covered in a tomato sauce from HEAVEN! It was one of the BEST street food sandwiches I’ve tried. It was cut and prepared super FAST, I was so surprised.

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We also had some amazing Mexican street food beef head tacos covered in a super SPICY and delicious salsa AKA tacos de cabeza!

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In this street food tour vlog, Eduardo from La Ruta De Garnacha is taking us for a full on street food tour of Mexico City, even eating scorpions and other strange insects like grasshoppers, ants, and beetles, all covered in lime, salt, and mescal, a true Mexican insect salad!

The best street food we found in Mexico City, was definitely the cow head tacos and the esquites corn soup with CHICKEN FEET! Both were so TASTY! The beef head tacos AKA tacos de cabeza were incredibly juicy and slightly spicy with fresh home made salsa. Served to hungry travelers to Mexico City, and street food adventure people like us, they really hit the spot!

We started our street food tour in Mexico in Mexico city, eating a ton of delicious street food in Part 1, 2, and 3 here:





After filming and eating all of these street foods in Mexico City for part 1 and part 2, we spent another day on a street food adventure trying to eat even more street foods! There are so many famous street foods to try in Mexico City, and in this street food adventure vlog we ate 5!

In Part 1, 2, and 3, we ate so many delicious foods, like the famous Mexican Street Breakfast Tamales, tons of AMAZING and SPICY tacos, super tasty Mole Poblano in Puebla, and visited a local street food market as well. In Puebla, we tasted a ton of GOD LEVEL street food, and found the most amazing Sandwich NINJA, who had the fastest cutting skills in the world! She cut and prepared the sandwich so fast! It was very delicious as well. She had true super human skill! She had GOD LEVEL skill, her knife skills were so fast and so fun to watch.

In this episode, The first thing we did was visit a local street in downtown Mexico City, and try the world famous Al Pastor tacos.

After those amazing Mexican tacos, Eduardo brought us in to a local farmers market where we found the most insane Scorpion and insect salad you’ll ever see!

After this, we ate a juicy and flavourful sandwich, and then moved on for cow head tacos, and finally ate some corn soup with chicken feet! Mexican street food really is the best!

Here are the addresses for the locations in this street food vlog:

1) Pork Al Pastor Tacos with delicious spicy salsa combo - El Huequito Al Pastor Street Stall
2) INSANE Scorpion Salad Challenge - inside the San Juan Market in Mexico City
3) JUICY and Amazing Mexican Sandwich, Kind of like a torta - El Plaladero de Guadalajara
4) Super delicious cow head tacos AKA tacos de cabeza at Tacos Lolita, CDMX
5) Esquites corn and chicken soup with Chicken feet - Los Esquites Con Tuetano

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TRADITIONAL Mexican STREET FOOD Market in Mexico City | BEST Tostadas!

Whenever I'm in a different country, I love checking out the traditional local markets in the city. I'm with my friends, Sandy and Carlos and they are going to take me on a market food tour. Where the stands offer rich snacks, full meals, juices and smoothies, traditional clothing, gifts, and many more.

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✧ Mercado de Coyoacán
Ignacio Allende s/n, Del Carmen, 04100 Ciudad de México, CDMX

✧ Fonda El comal (in the market)
Xicoténcatl local 294, Col Del Carmen, 04100 Coyoacán, CDMX, Mexico

✧ Mercado de Antojitos Mexicanos (Huaraches Taco)
Higuera 10, La Concepción, 04000 Ciudad de México, CDMX

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Xochimilco - STREET FOOD TOUR and BOAT RIDE on Canals of Mexico City!

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Xochimilco is one of the most interesting cultural areas to visit when you’re in Mexico City. It was formerly a series of pre-Hispanic villages along Lake Xochimilco. Eventually Mexico City expanded and grew all the way to Xochimilco, and now it’s one of the boroughs of the city.

What’s most remarkable about Xochimilco, and the reason most people go to visit is because of the extensive network of canals that form the framework of the area. Nowadays, you can rent the brightly colored boats and take a ride, eating and drinking along the way. I was there on a weekend evening, and it was a bit more rowdy and loud than I had wanted it to be, but it was still very fun. If you go during the daytime, you might have a more peaceful relaxing journey at Xochimilco.

Here’s what Lalo ( and I did on our short visit:

Mercado de Xochimilco - This is the main market of Xochimilco, and one of the best places to get started eating traditional Mexican food when you visit Xochimilco. At the entrance of the market you’ll find rows of vendors selling home-cooked foods. Don’t miss them, they are incredible delicious. Along with rare types of tlayudas, the highlight for me was the chicken tostada which blew me away.

Here’s the list of everything we ate, but really you can just walk around, see what looks good, and try it:

Tlacoyo - 12 MXN ($0.65) each
Tostada - 15 MXN ($0.81) each
Taco - 5 MXN ($0.27) each
Jamaica - 10 MXN ($0.54)
Carnitas - 20 MXN ($1.08) each

After eating, we walked over to the boat pier. And unfortunately we were running a little late on time and it was a race against time and daylight, but we made it to the pier. Lalo talked to the boat crews, and we finally arranged a boat. The cost was a little higher than what it would normally be for locals, but unfortunately, that’s what it came down to.
Boat hire - 850 MXN ($45.91)

Hope you enjoyed this tour of Xochimilco. The colorful boats are impressive to see, and it’s hard to believe you’re in Mexico City when you’re both at the relaxed Xochimilco Market, and gliding along the canals.

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MEXICAN STREET FOOD TOUR ???????? MEXICO CITY STREETS HAVE SOME OF THE BEST FOOD

We make our own Mexican Street Food Tour in Mexico City, Ciudad de México (or CDMX). We scour the streets of Mexico looking for the best street food, street drink, tacos, enchiladas, and other Mexico cuisine we hadn't even heard of. What are the best foods on the streets of Mexico? CDMX has some of the best street food in the country. Come with us to try a ton of food, to taste test Mexican street food with a couple foreigners from the USA. Some might call it a Mexican food mukbang. Today is just the beginning. We're eating Mexican food today. This is the Mexico City Street Food Tour Vlog in Ciudad de México CDMX.

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Eating Mexican CHICHARRÓN with Exploring with Cody | Mexico City Street Food 2018

Mexico City street food is some of the best and tastiest around! Exploring with Cody and I found the Mexican specialty of chicharron in Chapultepec Park (Bosque de Chapultepec) and thought we should try it!

Having lived in Mexico City for almost a year, I had surprisingly not tried this Mexican snack, but I had seen it everywhere. Trying it is definitely one of the top things to do in Mexico

There are several different kinds of Chicharrón. Some made with flour, and others made the traditional way of deep frying pig fat.

We tried it 2 different ways. Chicharrón preparada, with avacado, tomato, cueritos, cream, cabbage, and salsas. Also Chicharrón solita, with just some sauces, Tajin, salt and Lime.

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If you love street food videos and street food vlogs, this street food compilation is going to make you hungry for more! You can travel here with us through this travel vlog and discover 7 amazing street foods of Mexico city.

To start the day, we went for a Mexican breakfast, found on the street corner.
Here, we tried the tamales, a corn flour stuffed with chicken and a green salsa verde. It was spicy and heavenly!

After this, we went for more Mexican street food, and ate the Carnitas. They were stuffed with pork belly and organs and you can cover them in lime and lots of nice spicy salsa, very delicious! The street stands all throughout Mexico city are amazing!!

After this we went to the famous coyoacan Market in Mexico city to try delicious shrimp and ceviche tostadas! They were so crispy and delicious!

There are so many street foods in this video! After that we tried spicy and salty grasshoppers, and then moved on for more tacos from heaven!

To finish the day, we had 2 more types of tacos. The al pastor tacos and then some delicious brain, eye, and tongue tacos from a street fast food stand.

Here are the addresses for the street foods in this video:

1) Tamale Corn Flour Stuffed with Chicken and Salsa Verde - You can find these spicy Tamales all over the city, but the one we found was on the corner of Paseo de la reforma and Basilio badillo street.

2) Pork Carnitas at Rincon Tarasco Av. José Martí 14, Colonia Escandón

3 and 4) Fish Ceviche and Shrimp Tostadas and Grasshoppers found at the Coyoacan market in Mexico City

5) MASSIVE Machete Tacos/ Quesadillas at Los Machetes

6) Tacos Al Pastor -You can find these Tacos everywhere in Mexico city, so delicious! We found our Al Pastor tacos at Taqueria Escandon.

7) Brain, Tongue, Eye, and Suadero Tacos at El Paisa de Escandón - José Martí 104 Col. Escandón, Gral. Francisco Murguía

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MASSIVE TACO TOUR in Mexico City, Mexico | Best TACOS in CDMX | Mexican Street Food Tour
This is the first video in our huge Mexico series. We take you on a huge taco tour of Mexico City, a place where street food is unparalleled! Here are 4 of our favourite tacos to eat in the Roma and Condesa areas of Mexico City. #mexicostreetfood #mexicocityfood #mexicanstreetfood

1. Carnitas at Proveedor de Carnes y Carnitas Meche y Rafael, Mercado Medellín local 349 , col, Roma Sur, 06760 Ciudad de México, CDMX. Carnitas available on Saturdays 8:00am to 5:00pm.

2. Tacocote and Quesotote at El Pescadito Calle Atlixco 38, Colonia Condesa, 06140 Ciudad de México, CDMX. Open Monday to Friday 11:00am to 6:00pm and Saturday & Sunday 10:00am to 6:00pm. 

3. Tacos de guisado at Tacos Hola El Güero, Amsterdam 135, Hipódromo, 06100 Ciudad de México, CDMX. Open Monday to Friday 9:00am to 9:00pm, Saturday 9:00am to 7:00pm and Sunday 8:30am to 3:30pm.

4. Tacos al Pastor at Tortas Al Fuego, Av Sonora 205, Colonia Condesa, 06170 Ciudad de México, CDMX. Open 7 days, 24 hours.

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MIND BLOWING STREET TACOS in Mexico City! BEST Beef Brisket (Suadero) Tacos!

If you watched my last video, I had some amazing tacos already in Morelia. But on this food adventure, we're hitting up some of the best street tacos in Mexico City with my friend Sandy. And one of the best things about this taco tour is the use of hot oil that Taqueria Nacho has to put in their tacos. But Tacos Charly has got to be one of my favorites.

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Acueducto 1740, Chapultepec Nte., 58260 Morelia, Mich., Mexico

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Autopista México-Morelia Km 118, CP 50400, Termascalcingo de José Maria Velasco, México

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Autopista Toluca-Atlacomulco km 11 Col, 50295 San Cayetano Morelos, Méx., Mexico

✧El Borrego Viudo
Av. Revolución 241, Tacubaya, 11870 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico

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49 Leibnitz, Mexico City, Mexico

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Francisco Fernández del Castillo No 2762, Villa de Cortés, 03530 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico

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MASSIVE MEXICAN STREET FOOD TOUR in Mexico City's most EXHILARATING MARKET | La Merced FOOD TOUR | Street food in Mexico
Mexico City is home to over 300 markets and the grandaddy of them all is La Merced. La Merced is one of our favourite places in the city- it's full of delicious local produce and Mexican street food. We take you on a huge street food tour of La Merced to find the market's best eats. La Merced is a rabbit warren and it's impossible not to get lost which is the joy of it! With over 5000 vendors selling everything from meat and local fruit and vegetables to some of the city's best food- we hope you enjoy this massive Mexican street food tour of one of the Mexico City's oldest and largest markets. #cdmxfood #streetfoodmexico #lamercedstreetfood

1. Tacos de Cabeza- cow's head tacos (surtida and cachete) at morning stall outside the entrance to the meat section of La Merced.

2. Pancita (tripe soup) at El Yaqui in Pancita Alley.

3. Longaniza and bistec taco with fries at McTeo (at the start of Pancita Alley).

4. Tepache from a stall outside La Merced in the outdoor market area.

5. Limon con coco (lime with coconut) sweet from a stall in the sweets section.

All food eaten at Mercado de la Merced Nace Mayor puerta 2 El Banqueton Merced, La Merced, Zona Centro, 15100 Ciudad de México, CDMX. Open daily 8:30am to 5:30pm.

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San Diego, USA - The first part of this Mexican street food tour started in California, where we drove to the border and parked the car. This is the first time I think I’ve ever crossed a border on foot and gone straight to a street a food tour. All went smoothly.

Tijuana, Mexico - Welcome to Tijuana where a van was ready to pick us up and take us on this ultimate Tijuana street food tour. So happy to be back in Mexico. One of the best things about Tijauana is that it’s a city that attracts people from all over Mexico, and so you’ll find all regional variations of Mexican food.

Tacos Mike - Tijuana, Mexico - We started at a small stall outside a tire shop where they served all sorts of mixed tacos. I had the Taco de chile relleno, a chile stuffed with cheese and fried and covered in salsas.

Mariscos Ruben - We continued next to Marisocs Ruben, known for their unique small rolled tacos with cheese and marlin. They were unbelievably tasty

Aqui Es Texcoco - Tijuana, Mexico - Next we went to Paco’s restaurant, where they serve barbacoa, Texcoco style. It was amazing, and we also had the whole head, including some real deal eye tacos.

Xolo Tacos - Tijuana, Mexico - Next on this Mexican street food tacos tour, we went to Xolo Tacos to eat their insane bone marrow taco. It’s a birria taco, or a Tijuana red taco, but exploding with bone marrow.

Tacos El Gallito - Adobada Tacos - Next stop, we met up with Adrian Mejia - - to eat Tijuana adobada tacos from the trompo - the vertical shawarma style spit. Unbelievable.

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We found some of the most amazing street food tacos in Mexico! In this satisfying food video, we're taking you for a full on street food tacos tour of some of the most epic street food in Mexico City, Mexico! Like the Tacos Al Pastor, Tacos Suadero and MORE!

Mexico is full of incredible street food tacos, so we spent 6 months here to eat our way through the delicious street food tacos and make this food tour video for YOU! Along with our friend Lydia, we found seven incredibly delicious and amazing street food tacos in Mexico City, and after trying each one, we are convinced that Mexico has some of the best street food in the world!

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You can find each Taco in this street food tacos video here:

1. VEGAN TACOS
Location: Por Siempre Vegana Taqueria
This street food taco cart does only vegan tacos! Which is a rarity in Mexico. They have amazing Oyster Mushroom tacos and grilled onion tacos with various salsas. Head to this place if you are on an evening stroll in Roma Norte

2. Tacos de Pollo
Location: Taqueria Los Parados
This taqueria chain is all around Mexico City and they do amazing Chicken tacos and also an amazing vegetarian Poblano Cheese taco.

3. Tacos de Carnitas, Surtido
Tacos with any bits of pork. This is not you usual Carnitas taco which is for children and tourists. This is the one which the locals eat! More the crazier the meat the more badass you are.

4. Tacos Campechanos
Beef tacos with longaniza which is pork sausage. Dip the tortilla in the slow cooked fast add some onions and you are good to go!

5. Tacos Al Pastor
Location: El Vilsito
This is THE MEXICO CITY TACO. The pork is marinated in a chipotle sauce, stacked up and layered like a Shawarma grill. Add some pineapple, onions and cilantro, you are in heaven. This place, El Vilsito is a car mechanic shop by day and a taco place by night! :O

6. Tacos Los Cohinada
Tacos with pork belly + bits of charred leftovers at the bottom of the grill! This is a must have!

7. Northern Mexico Style Tacos
Location: Taqueria Orinoco
These tacos are made with wheat flour and have chicharron in them. This late night taqueria has a modern take on tacos and is very popular with the locals

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The Best Street Food we found, was definitely the cemita sandwich from Puebla, which was made by the most amazing woman, the Sandwich Ninja of Mexico! The cemita sandwich was cut so fast with amazing skills, EXTREMELY fast! Her knife skills were incredible, chopping and cutting so fast with the avocado fruit and the chicken as well. The way her hands worked was amazing to watch, and this was just one of the street foods we had in Puebla, Mexico! The Chicken sandwich was so plump and delicious

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After this, we spent a day on a street food adventure to go to Puebla, all in search of the famous Mole poblano, but we found so much more. The first thing we did was visit a local market and try out a bunch of food in the market, like juicy lamb tacos, covered in spicy salsa and then spicy stomach tortilla tacos as well. This is the beauty of Mexican street food, the amazing variation and extreme deliciousness of the cuisine that makes your mouth come alive.


After this, we found the world famous Mexican Mole Poblano, famous from Puebla that was incredibly flavourful, full of chocolate, chilies, fruit, nuts, cinnamon, and more!

After exploring the street food market a little more, we drove to Puebla and found the most amazing sandwich ninja cutting up with super human skill each ingredient and fruit like avocado to put into the sandwich and slice with incredible speed and precision! She was so fast! The sandwich was prepared very fast and it was so delicious as well! She had GOD LEVEL skill, her knife skills were so fast and so fun to watch.

After eating the sandwich with the locals and enjoying the flavour, we went on to have one final meal in Puebla, Mexico, except this one wasn't a street food. We wanted to try the stuffed chili pepper, but it wasn't in season! So we had a pumpkin seed sauce over top of pork and it was still fairly delicious.

Here are the addresses for the locations in this street food vlog:

1) Lamb Tacos with delicious spicy salsa - Inside the Cholula Farmers Market near the town square
2) Amazing Mexican salad bar featuring spicy pickled chipotle chilies and cow feet salad along with Nopales prickly pear cactus salad - Also inside the Cholula farmers market
3) Mole Poblano rich and dark chocolate sauce with chili, nuts, fruit, and cinnamon - Also found inside the cholula local farmers street food market
4) Super human fast cutting skills sandwich lady of Mexico - Found in Puebla downtown - Super Cemitas El As De Oros
5) Pretty delicious but not amazing Pueblan dinner found downtown Puebla

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STREET FOOD IN MEXICO CITY: Tamales, Tacos and Tortas ... Oh, my!

There is plenty of fine dining in Mexico City, but you can't truly say you've experienced the local cuisine until you sample the street food. In fact, we mostly ate street food during our three weeks in CDMX.

It is no stretch of the imagination to call street food a form of art. Tacos, tortas, tamales, quesadillas, fresh juices, and more are never more than a few steps away. We love the food in Ciudad de Mexico and can't wait to head back and eat some more!

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